Backstage at with MAC for LFW, I gravitated instantly towards the MAC Midnight Wells – pots of wet/dry pigment for eye lining with a little well in the middle if you want to use them wet. This is such a cool idea!
The dark blue one (Midnight, I think) was used in the Jean-Paul Braganza look by Terry Barber who created a graphic, lined look for strong and bold eyes, softened with a little pink. If you look at the top picture in the trio above you’ll see a pair of socks (the models were out of the room doing their run-through) which I genuinely thought were just someone’s socks dangling around. I was quite surprised to see them turn up on the runway. This is why I don’t do fashion!
Another new product heading our way is a serum-style foundation with a dropper applicator called Studio Waterweight Foundation. I did get a chance to do a very quick swatch on my hand for texture, so I know it’s not like Armani or Dior – it’s a little less lightweight than that. But, everyone loves a new foundation, right?! Again, we’re not likely to see these in stores or counters til summer time.
I’ve got one final post on the MAC Trend Palettes coming up – it doesn’t seem quite right to bulk them all into one post when they all deserve a section of their own. I did ask if you can use the MAC Midnight Wells for tightlining but it was too chaotic to get an answer. When I’ve got my own set, I’ll be able to tell you that! I hope so…
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